El Hostal Puerta Bisagra
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... 8211; Shania Twain - Man I Feel
Like a Woman
Ash, Rod and Caroline – Sweet Caroline (
don’t know who sings that )
Ash and Alex – Eagle Eye Cherry – Save
Last but definitely not least
Ash and 10 others – Jon Bon Jovi – Living
on a Prayer.
Now……… that’s a lot of tequila. Most of it
did make its way into our fishbowls ...
... the Catedral Primada de Toledo. Me, Amanda, and John
got separated from the rest of the group but wandered into the Sinagoga, Museo
Greco, and the Palacio. I loved Toledo and it was a great day considering we
had a late night before. I think my butt is going to thank me tomorrow after
hiking uphill cobblestone for the entire day. We got some incredible pictures
and we finally made our way back to the group around 7:30. We did some shopping
and bought some ...
... was no schoolwork involved. My Spanish Civilization and Culture teacher was a guide for the trip, and he quizzed those of us who were in his class, however almost constantly! What we saw in Toledo really illustrated well much of the historic culture we had hit on in class.
Toledo was the historical capital of Spain, and therefore a gathering location for the royal court. Although during the first part of the 16th century, King Carlos V chose to live ...
... tapestries, flowers, banners, etc. We got some great pictures of ourselves underneath banners depicting the host and the chalice, and even a sculpture of the host and chalice…wow!
Then, we toured the Cathedral of Toledo, which is actually the most important Cathedral in Spain. It is on the site of a 7th-century church. Construction began in 1226, and was completed in 1493 (3 centuries to complete!). It is ...
... pictures and shut up! :)
The pictures will speak for themselves, but I just gotta say this: the cathedral is ENORMOUS! (Just in case the picture doesn't give it justice)
Today was my first experience with a high speed train, which was cool. They are appropriately named. I'd guess we were flying along the tracks between 90 and 100MPH, but it was quiet and smooth! ...